Students and staff from the Department of History, University of Sheffield contribute to and co-ordinate a number of other historical blogs.
An experiment in digital Russian history.
Including contributions from Miriam Dobson.
Works for better public policy through an understanding of history by connecting historians, policy makers and the media.
Including contributions from Adrian Bingham.
Exploring the life and times of a black ruler in Renaissance Florence.
Blog by Catherine Fletcher and Sheffield students Emma Newman and Leyla Yilmaz.
Early modern crime, women, and digital history.
Blog by Sharon Howard.
A blog about Chatsworth Library Project, a collaborative partnership between the University of Sheffield and the Chatsworth House Trust.
Blog by Jack Rhoden.
Aiming at bringing together researchers interested in the history of the family in colonial contexts, and facilitating dialogue among those working on the subject in academic and public contexts, archives, libraries and elsewhere around the world.
Including contributions from Esme Cleall.
A blog on matters historical, with particular reference to the Church of England, the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church in North America and the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Blog by Jeremy Bonner.
One gender historian’s journey through the crazy world of modern media.
Blog by Anna Jenkin.